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We're back and we've got the Moto G in house. Plus KitKat updates to the Nexus line, what, excatly, is going on with all this search and launcher stuff, and a whole slew of your questions. Join us!
Thing 1: The Moto G
- Motorola officially announces the Moto G!
- Video: Hands-on with the Moto G!
- In pictures: The Moto G
- Phones 4U carrying the Moto G in the UK, available to order now
- Verizon says it'll carry the Moto G on prepaid next year
- Moto G specs
- Hands on with the new Moto G accessories
- Moto G will ship with KitKat in the U.S.
Thing 2: KitKat abounds
- Android 4.4 KitKat rolling out to Nexus 7s, Nexus 10
- How to manually update your Nexus tablet to KitKat [updated]
- Google posts Android 4.4 factory image for Nexus 4
- Android 4.4 factory images for all Nexus 7s now available, too
- This week's sidebar poll: Do you sideload OTA updates?
Thing 3: Other things
- Nexus 5 review
- Google Search update brings new features and new cards to Google Now
- Samsung Galaxy Gear manager app update brings rich notifications from any app to the Gear
- Sprint doesn't want you to forget you've got dizzingly fast Spark LTE data
- ISIS Mobile Wallet now available for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile customers
- CyanogenMod Installer hits the Play Store to help you flash your phone
- Google Glass Explorer Program opens sign-ups to anyone interested
- Google Glass officially adding music in 'the next two weeks,' stereo earbuds available soon
- You can now design a custom Moto X on all four major U.S. carriers
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